POLICE are selling a musical decanter and a 'job lot' of copper piping this week.

The unusual finds are being flogged on the Thames Valley Police eBay page, which the force uses to sell old evidence and unclaimed items.

Some of it has been stolen and then seized by officers in an investigation, or handed in at stations.

They hold the items for a while before making the decision to give it away, bin it or sell it.

The eBay page is where all of the selling pile ends up, and then the cash raised gets but into the Police Property Act Fund.

Money from that gets divvied up to good causes in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire by the police and crime commissioner.

The online buying and selling page is regularly updated and this week there are 22 weird and wonderful items.

The lot's get put on the site at a starting price of 99p but buyers battle with bids and often the price ends up at a fraction off the retail price.

There is one catch though, winners must collect everything in person from the police eBay HQ in Milton Keynes.

Here's what the force were last selling: including collectable Star Wars memorabilia

Here is what the force are selling this week, accurate at the time of print:

• Vintage chime mantel clock – police have described the condition as ‘fair wear and tear with quite a few scratches and dents. ‘ They say it is ‘not currently working but likely just needs winding and the key is not included’. £12.50 (10 bids)

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• Vintage golf bag shaped musical drinks decanter with wheels £12.50 (six bids)

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• Electric golf trolley £111.99 (13 bids)

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• Sound bar speakers with bluetooth £18 (six bids)

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• Three leather purses from white, tan and black from Radley £41 (15 bids)

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• Grey Hugo Boss wool jumper in its plastic bag £54 (10 bids)

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• Seven piece screwdriver tool kit £6.50 (eight bids)

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• Nokia bluetooth headset £3.50 (eight bids)

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• Black raincoat from Charles Tyrwhitt £2.20 (two bids)

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• Aquascutum red raincoat with a detachable hood £13.50 (17 bids)

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• Giant metallic green and yellow mountain bike £103 (25 bids)

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• Aquascutum yellow raincoat with detachable hood £8.50 (five bids)

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• Yellow and blue mountain bike with wheel not attached £52 (14 bids)

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• Put together outfit with Fred Perry checked shirt and True Religion jeans in W38 £41 (20 bids)

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• Zara men’s bomber jacket in navy £10 (four bids)

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• Palma guitar £5.50 (five bids)

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• Philips ‘sensitive shave’ wet and dry electric shaver £27 (17 bids)

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• Hybrid bike in grey and orange from Viking Urban £22 (10 bids)

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• A ‘job lot’ of copper piping for scrap £31 (eight bids)

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• Superdry denim jacket with badges on 99p (1 bids)

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• Beldray two in one vacuum cleaner £12 (three bids)

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• White garden sculpture ornaments – two ladies, one with flowers and a cloth clothing and the other is a dancing lady with a chunk broken off 99p (1 bid)

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Click here to find the selling page.